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WIN – A £250 gift voucher from Budd Shirts

Budd Shirts has teamed up with us to offer you the chance to win a £250 gift card.

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Budd Shirts are an authority on dresswear. Savile Row’s tailoring houses regularly refer their customers to them to ensure a perfect turnout.

From White Tie pre-requisites of stiff bibbed shirts, detachable collars and marcella vests, through to silk bows, cummerbunds and voile, marcella, pleated, or even silk shirts for Black Tie, they have carefully thought of every element to tastefully and appropriately set off your tails or dinner suit.

“My car of choice is a Rolls-Royce. I go to Stetson for my hats and Budd for my cravats.”

George Gershwin writer of “The Best of Everything” for the Broadway musical, LaLa Lucille.

Producing shirts for stardom names such as Daniel Craig, Eddie Murphy and David Beckham, to name but a few – Budd Shirts are famed for their bespoke shirt making expertise and for being the only Mayfair haberdashery with its cutting room above its store, where it continues to cut iconic, beautifully crafted shirts to this very day.

Synonymous with Budd, is their nightwear collection which is equally as adored as their dresswear. With luxurious dressing gowns and night shirts joining their repertoire, they believe “every chap needs at least one dressing gown in his wardrobe.”

Budd Shirts are inviting you to enter this competition to experience owning a piece of luxury of your own.

Find out more about Budd Shirts and their products here.

To be in with a chance to win this amazing prize simply answer the following question and enter your details below.

Where in London are Budd Shirts made?

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